Re: nxml-mode and mule-ucs
>>>>> Steinar Bang <sb@...>:Er, no, sorry. Gnus doesn't need it. I started GNU Emacs instead of
>>>>> Michael Smith <smith@...>:
>> I doubt you need mule-ucs for anything. What I mean is, if you did
>> need it, I think you'd already know. if you remove it, I reckon
>> that you'll not notice any differences.
> As it turns out, I did need it. Gnus seems to use it when displaying
> headers outside of US-ASCII.
XEmacs by mistake. And headers with characters outside of US-ASCII
has never displayed properly for me in Gnus in GNU Emacs.
>>>>> Chris Lawrence <chris@...>:Is the conflict emacs21 only? What about XEmacs21? Can debian emacs
> mule-ucs and nxml-mode are incompatible; you can have one or the
> other installed, but not both. (There used to be a formal conflicts
> relationship, but that went away when someone claimed that disabling
> nxml-mode in the site-start.d file would work. I think it probably
> needs to come back, given your report.) Allegedly the next upstream
> emacs21 will fix this conflict.
lisp packages be configured to only build for certain emacsen?
(ie. only build for XEmacs and not GNU Emacs?)
> For the long and sordid history, see http://bugs.debian.org/216723 andThanx for the pointers.